The project titled Small Molecular Reactive Fluorescent Probes for Detection of Cellular Unusual Entities and Bio-imaging, is funded by CSIR. The investigator is Dr. Sankarprasad Bhuniya.
Research Projects @ Amrita University
Small Molecular Reactive Fluorescent Probes for Detection of Cellular Unusual Entities and Bio-imagingsmall-molecular-reactive-fluorescent-probes-for-detection-of-cellular-unusual-entities-and-bio-imaging
Nano-Fibre Scaffold Electrodes based on Mn02 and Polymer/Carbon Composites for High Performance Storage Device
Manganese dioxide (MnO2) is a technologically important material and has been extensively studied due to its potential uses in non-volatile memory devices, gas sensors and batteries. The construction of aligned ensembles of these metal oxide nanostructures as electrodes could advance their existing potential in supercapacitor applications.nano-fibre-scaffold-electrodes-based-on-mn02-and-polymer-carbon-composites-for-high-performance-storage-device
Research in modern chemistry attempts to find materials that can act as superior switches and transistors. One of the most exciting, yet challenging fields of research, is the design and synthesis of multifunctional compounds that have desirable and predictable properties of luminescence, transport of information, catalytic activity and macroscopic ordering in mesophase.synthesis-characterization-and-liquid-crystalline-studies-of-schiff-base-containing-porphyrin
Synthesis, characterization and liquid Crystalline Studies of Azo and Schiff Base Containing Porphyrin Complex
The project titled Synthesis, characterization and liquid Crystalline Studies of Azo and Schiff Base Containing Porphyrin Complex funded by CSIR.synthesis-characterization-and-liquid-crystalline-studies-of-azo-and-schiff-base-containing-porphyrin-complex